We think it is easy to see why this craftsman house plan is one of our most popular home designs for the last several years. With 2482 square feet of heated living space, 4 large bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a wide-open floor plan with central fireplace, and bonus space above garage, this plan is ideal for family. Outside a Lanai, trellis covered deck and hot tub are a great place to entertain guests and relax. Professional interior photos available at link.
|Total Living Area:||2482 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||2482 sq ft|
|Bonus Area:||473 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||695 sq ft|
|Foundation Types:||Basement - * $395.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
2x6 - * $245.00
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||29'4 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||12:12|
|Roof Load:||20 psf|
|Porch:||196 sq ft|
|Formal Dining Room:||Yes|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
|Main Ceiling Height:||9' & 10'|
|Upper Ceiling Height:||9'|
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A: 4563 SF – Total covered.
A: No, the chimney was added by the customer. Bonus is 621 SF with 3 car garage.
A: Do not have that option.
A: It includes an electrical schematic which shows locations and switching of lights, fans, smoke detectors and outlets. There is no plumbing layout beyond showing the locations of fixtures.
A: Yes, please specify that when you order. Call Bonnie Drew 800-482-0464 ex 405 to place the order, and she will make a note.
A: If you mean double pane? Yes, most windows these days are at least double pane. The stone is a semi-coursed, roughly square pattern. Our rendering shows a dry stacked application as well.
A: That back bedroom creates a hip roof on the back. The easiest, simplest geometry would be to square off the back with he family room. Could be finger waved in the field.
A: Pantry is 3’-8” wide in the clear. The stair could be moved to the garage with some modifications to the utility and/or study.
A: The clearance on the right side of the pantry(ref side) under the stair would be about 60” tall and get taller(7.5” per step) as you move to the left.
A: Clopay and Amarr are both make this type of door.
A: Utility is roughly 7’-2”x6’-7” Plenty of room under stair for a coat closet and storage. The hallways outside of the utility is 3’-2” wide.
A: This house is roughly 82’ wide.. A half-acre should be plenty but it depends on the width. If it is roughly square that would be 147’ wide and plenty of room.
A: Rafter size and spacing would need to be upgraded. Configuration/design would not be effected.
A: Do not have any photos of the laundry room, sorry.
A: Island is 4’x8’. Counter at range is 12’-0” long including the range. Counter space width beside refr is 2’ wide. Standard depth for counters is 2’-0”
A: Yes, there is already a masonry ledge all the way around the home. Masonry can go all the way to the eave in any combination you like.
A: That would have to be a modification as we do not have that in our plan set.
A: Yes, that’s an item that can be ordered through your lumber yard in a number of different configurations/shapes/sizes.
A: 109’-2 ½” measuring parallel to road/garage 90’-0 ¼” running parallel to main house.
A: 2’-0” x 2’-0”
A: We have a couple of similar plans. 65862 & 65871
A: A bath could be added in the bonus room as a modification(fee). Refrigerator space is 39” wide(standard). There are linen cabinets over the toilets in bath 2, powder and the master bath. Full height cabinet at the right end of the master vanity and a linen closet in the hall outside of BR3/2. There is lots of attic space with a 12:12 pitch. You can figure that it consists of everything that the downstairs footprint consists of except the perimeter 6 or 7’.
A: The photos are all we have so far. The dining is already on the same level, what you are seeing is a plant shelf running over the columns above.
A: The biggest issue with HC access is hall and door widths. Kitchen cabinets can be modified to suit your specific needs, but hallways in this plan and a few of the doors would need to be expanded to 4’ hall widths and 3’ wide doors.
A: Hello, photos have now been added to the website.
A: Garage roof is 22’-8” above finished slab. Main house is 29’-4” AFS.
A: 10’ clgs in Foyer, Kitchen, Nook. Dining is 10’ and vaulted. Family is 11’ and vaulted. Master is 9’ and vaulted. All other rooms are 9’. Front porch is 12’.
A: 3’-8”x3’-8” clear inside.
A: We specify a wood burning fireplace with a flue/chimney. Gas logs can be used in lieu of real logs though.
A: The electrical plan does show receptacles. HVAC must be designed based on your site specific orientation and climate. We show beam locations and size most of them, however beams should be reviewed for project specific loading conditions. Foundation is a general design and must be reviewed for applicability to your specific location. Ceiling heights are: 10’ Kitchen, Nook, Foyer 9’ – Master Bath/WIC, Utility, Study, Bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 and Baths. Vaulted Family,Dining and Master Ste
A: The basement level matches the size of the first floor minus basement wall thickness. Plenty of room for a bath.
A: The knee walls are 5’-6” knee walls and a 9’ clg. The bonus space that is useable is approximately 38’ long x 11’ wide(3rd garage bay) or 14’ wide (1st 2 car garage bays).
A: Kitchen is 10’ flat Family is 11’ vaulted to 15’-6”
A: 3’-1” clear. sheetrock to sheetrock.
A: It is vaulted from front to back – up to 15’
A: That is something that is usually addressed in the field. But it can be incorporated into your drawings as well as a modification. In order to do this, you must have a topo survey of your lot. Our modification department can suggest a grading scheme and modify the drawings accordingly.
A: It does. It has a vault that runs front to back and so does the Dining.
A: 90’-1” wide x 93’-5” deep(to trellis at rear of master).
A: We have side and rear perspectives already posted on the website.
A: Not sure what the question here is. The garage doors are 9’ wide though.
A: Actually the 3rd garage bay is 3’ shorter than the 25’ deep bays at 22’. The bonus also gets smaller in depth by about 4’.
A: Dormer stays right where it is. The third bay is 2’ shorter than the first two. So there is a break in the roof between the second and third bay which maintains the balance of the dormer.
A: Front BR clo – 5’ x 6’ Middle BR clo – 8’-5” x 2’ Rear BR clo – 4’-8” x 5’-3” Front Bath – Dress = 5’ x 6’, Tub = 5’ x 6’ Rear Bath – 5’ x 7’-6” Foyer – 8’ x 10’
A: The windows above the eaves are either into attic spaces or bonuses spaces. The ones in attic could be louvers though, if you prefer. There is no alternate design however. The lanai is covered, but I can assure you there is plenty of indirect natural lighting with all the windows. Overall dimensions with a 3 car garage are 90’-1” x 93’-5”
A: Its about 8’x7’. It definitely could be connected to the WIC. Would probably work better that way.
A: None yet - sorry
A: You will get lots of indirect lighting from tall windows in the family (10’ tall) and 8’ tall windows in the Nook. There really wont be any need to make the Lanai more open.
A: There’s no copyright restriction in that zip code. You will have to verify suitability for codes in that area though.
A: The fireplace is double sided. the family room ceiling is already vaulted to about 15’ in the center, but could be modified in a number of ways.
A: Thanks for the kind words! The heating system really depends on your local conditions. You are better off to ask local HVAC experts. As far as space to locate mechanical equipment. We use the attic spaces heavily in the South(this house in particular has plenty of attic), and in the North the optional basement should provide more than enough space. Electrical equipment usually fits just fine in a side wall of a garage, utility room or even a closet.
A: Only the dormer over the garage is designed to be accessible as is. Modifications might make the other two accessible though.
A: The height from the top of the finished floor to the bottom of the eave on the front porch is 9’-10”. 6’-10” on the bedroom eaves on the right side of the front elevation. The height from the ground could vary and probably does if your drainage is adequate.
A: Bonus is not included in the first floor heated area.
A: Hi Sarah,
Its still a pretty new design so we do not have any photos as of yet.
A: Yes, plan 65862
A: No interiors yet.
A: I would always recommend at least a sealer coat on the shingles, there are some clear color choices.
Do not have any info on colors, what you see in the renderings are not from any particular manufacturer, nor is the stone. The columns in front of the garage are rough sawn cedar.
A: Not yet.
A: 5’-4” wide
A: Cedar shakes
A: The ceilings in the Family and Dining are vaulted down the centerline of the fireplace. The ceiling in the Kitchen and Nook are flat at 10’.
A: Kitchen and Nook are 10’ flat
Dining is vaulted from 10’ to 12’-6” at the peak.
A: There are low (18”) knee walls around the Dining. Fireplace is 2-sided.
A: Yes and yes.
A: Still too new of a design, haven't seen any homes finished.
A: Not so far.
A: The basement plan just follows the heated perimeter of the first floor.
A: It is presently designed for a full basement, not a walk-out. But that could easily be coordinated with your builder.
A: The extra garage bay would add 8’-6” to the width, with a 12’ additional bay.
A: Foyer is 11’. Family is vaulted to about 15’.
A: Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
A: The national average for a house is running right at $125.00 per SF. You can get more detailed information by clicking the Cost-To-Build tab above. Sorry, but we cannot give cost estimates for garage, multifamily or project plans.
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